Round 3: No. 75Vanderbilt CB Myron Lewis (6-2, 203)
Backup plan: Illinois G Jon Asamoah
Round 4: No. 109Alabama G Mike Johnson (6-5, 312)
Backup plan: Georgia DT Geno Atkins
Round 5: No. 141Kentucky CB Trevard Lindley (5-11, 183)
Backup plan: Morehouse OT Ramon Harewood
Round 6: No. 181Virginia DT Nate Collins (6-3, 246)
Backup plan: Virginia FB Rashawn Jackson
Round 7: No. 218Baylor WR David Gettis (6-3, 217)
Backup plan: Wisconsin FS Chris Maragos
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